All the posts about never having seen a grizzly, or a black bear, or a wolf, or a cougar or the bones of such animals, etc. would all be very interesting, except for the fact that we have LIVE SPECIMENS of these animals in zoos all over the world. Not much doubt they exist.
Where is the live specimen of the bigfoot? (not withstanding the example currently stomping around in the white hut).
Do you believe there are creatures on the planet yet to be identified?
There is a species of bacteria that live in the oceans. It is called Prochlorococcus.
It is kinda small.
It wasn’t even discovered until about 1968.
Which is odd, because by most estimates, it is by far the most numerous living thing on planet Earth.
Now I would admit the odds seem against bigfoot. Even if they find no bones, by now you would thing they might have found a tooth.
But I’ve seen motion adjusted computer enhanced copies of the Patterson film and I can say two things: It is OBVIOUSLY a female creature and there is NO WAY it could be a human in a suit.
Who knows? You night be talking population density figures that are so low they are borderline-extinct. Three or four individuals per hundred square miles... who knows?
And remember... modern humans arrived in North America what, 10 or 12 thousand years ago? And not in very large numbers at first.
It’s possible, if bigfoot is smarter than your average bear, that he realized or sensed at that time that he was outnumbered/outgunned and retreated.
Did what the neanderthals failed to do - managed to almost fade away into legend and obscurity.